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Hatebunny

aka Rab Townsend

Councilor Bureaucrat
  • I live in Toronto, Canada
  • I was born on August 17
  • My occupation is Media Intelligence Analyst
  • I am Male
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  • Hello, I've already added the collection "Rules of Engagement" to Batman Vol 3 site and it goes to the storyline "Rules of Engagement" from Batman Confidential.

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  • Hi, HB

    There seems to be an issue with the coding for the {{Possessed}} template which ends up as this: ([[{{{1}}}|Possessed]])

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  • It seems like there are only a half-dozen or so of these--what is their purpose? http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Special:Search?search=snippet&fulltext=Search&ns10=1#

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  • Hello,

    I'd like to inform you that in wake of the new "Titans" series being announced for 2018, I've went ahead and created a wiki for this series. I just have one issue.

    The url "titans.wikia.com" is used as a redirect for this wiki. Can you assist in deleting it as a redirect so I can use it for Titans Wiki? Considering that the titans are just a small part of the overarching DC universe, I think the url is more fitting at Titans wiki rather than sitting as a redirect that nobody uses for this wiki.

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    • I've read the thread on Tupka's wall aready. I will thank you not to spam all of the administrators' walls with your concerns when one administrator's answer doesn't satisfy you.

      We are all aware of each other's walls, and we are more or less unified in our stance.

      Suffice it to say that as an overarching DC related wiki covering other media etc - and generally, doing it well - there is no benefit to us in giving up these redirects - that is why we have them. While we currently receive little benefit from this particular one, we would, once the show comes out.

      Splinter wikis like the one you have started are detrimental to this wiki's growth, and we can't support them with that in mind.

      That's pretty much it.

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  • Hi,

    I know one or two things about Lua, but not much regarding Info Boxes.

    Can you please give me more details on this transition to Lua by Wikia?

    Also, I would like to help if possible.

    You mean the "Organization Template" code now is more functional than in the format of the others, such as "Item Template"?

    Regards, Zororonoa

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    • It was just a suggestion, I apologize, I am kinda lost.

      Could you please guide me where can I check first to clean the garbage?

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    • Here's a thread you can read: http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:471216

      Here's another one: http://dc.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:391415

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  • Can you please tell me what issue this scan is from? Superman throws a small neutron star billions of light years away to another galaxy

    http://static3.comicvine.com/uploads/original/11113/111130781/3494402-7377813184-20917.jpg

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  • Do you guys have a way to remove the "colourist credit needed" category for black and white issues? I'm asking specifically for the updates I made to Jew Gangster.

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    • You can put "N/A". We used to have a thing that also categorized them as Black and White issues, and removed the red-link, but since the move to portable infoboxes, that coding's broke, and we don't know how to fix it.

      But yeah, just put N/A.

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  • Hi,

    I just read your post on publication date vs. cover date. I've been adding the "Day" field to a lot of New 52 titles lately and, occasionally, have had to fix dates up with the PubMonth and PubYear fields.

    I think (believe, hope?) I've been doing this correctly and sincerely hope that my changes weren't the trigger for your message.

    Best wishes!

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    • I may have explained pubmonth and pubyear before, but those should only be used if the issue was delayed for some reason, and ended up published in a month more or less than 2 months from the publication date. (And due to some weird coding problem, you HAVE to use pubyear if you use pubmonth, even if it came out in the same year).

      That's just for your information. I haven't spotted you doing anything wrong (but I also haven't been checking up on you!). If you have something you want me to check on, just send me a link, and I'll have a look :)

      The forum post was just to take care of some concerns that new users hadn't caught on.

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    • Thanks for the reply. I've noticed that many of the 1st wave of New 52 publications don't have the day field, thereby keeping them from being categorized into a specific publication date. I went through Aquaman Volume 7 issues and have started on the Catwoman Vol 4 issues.

      This is one issue where I had to add PubMonth and PubYear: Aquaman Vol 7 19.

      I guess I just got a little nervous when I saw your message about dates and I've been doing some work in that area.

      Best wishes!

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    • Yes, I didn't create the weekly categorization/day field until 2014 or so, I think, and then I went back to 2000 and started working my way forward with it, so that's why more recent issues are missing the field.

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  • Add Batwoman and Jacob Kane...

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  • I managed to get a hold of Charles Soule, and he finally answered regarding that entity in the final issue of his Swamp Thing run. He calls it the White, and when I asked what it is, he called it "Art, really. Creativity." Should we take this as the official word?

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